Saturday, January 1, 2011

Here's to 2011 . . .


Pardon my lack of creativity while I jump on the "End-of-the-Year-Collage" bandwagon. But it is kind of fun to look back and see what was accomplished.  Kind of makes you feel productive, doesn't it? At the beginning of last year I really wanted to try to new things and create more quilts that I wanted to make, rather than I felt like I had to make. I think I did it. It makes me happy to have accomplished that.  And it makes me happy to look at them again.

So here's to more of that in 2011! Many thanks to all of you for your encouragement and kind comments and support over the last year. You make the time spent blogging (and away from my sewing machine) worth it. I sincerely thank you.  Again.

I hope you are all looking forward to a new year. Because in the words of my 9-year-old, "2010 is SO 2010."

20 comments:

  1. Great mosaic of beautiful quilts! You've had a very productive year! I wish you all the best for 2011 and to another good year of quilting and inspiration!

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  2. I've enjoyed reading your blog this past year. Looking forward to 2011!

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  3. What a great collection! Gives me inspiration for 2011! Thank you!
    Happy New Year!

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  4. These look great - I love the baby log cabin and the baby boy animals ones best. Happy New Year!

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  5. Love it! Isn't is fun to see what all was completed in one year! You had a very successful year.

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  6. Glad you did jump on the bandwagon...great collage!

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  7. WHat a great expression "2010 is SO 2010". I am SO gonna use that phrase lots. Ha ha ha! Wonderful quilts you have there. Amongst my favorites are your daughters bed quilt, the flag quilt, the hope valley binding, the Boo quilt... Just wonderful all of it and you have been such an inspiration and help to me on my quilt journey that only has started. Thanks for everything and Happy 2011!

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  8. Makes you feel good to look at your work? Its WONDERFUL! What a combination of things you worked on, and they look so good! If this year is as productive for you as the last you'll start needing more storage space!!
    Well done yourself!! And all the best for the New Year!

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  9. Hi, great year, only just started following your blog, looking forward to next year. Love the flag quilt by the way.

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  10. You had such a lovely quilty year - and it's nice to be reminded of quilts you made that I want to make too! Love your blog!!

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  11. Your collage shows you had a wonderful 2010 Amy!

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  12. You had a beautiful and creative year! I'm so glad I found your blog...

    Jennifer :)

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  13. Love the montage. Is that how it is spelled? Anyway I started my personal flag quilt. I have 2 blocks made. I am just going to work on it a little at a time. But I love it.

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  14. What a beautiful year you have had! :o) I am so glad to have found your blog. You have been such an inspiration to me.
    Sincerely, Trish

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  15. Happy New Year Amy....reflecting on the last year I am so glad I have gotten to know you better. You're an amazing quilter.

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  16. A visual feast. Thank you.

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  17. oh so pretty! I love it! well done on a productive year:)

    corrie:)

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  18. The quilts all look gorgeous together. What a productive year!

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  19. I love seeing all of your quilts together... your flag quilts are still my favorite! I don't have real connection to the UK but I'd love to find a reason to make those Union Jack blocks!

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  20. i love your quilts! you always use fun yummy colors that are such a joy to look at!

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